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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1914)
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KNOWLTONS DRUG STORE
The gold medals for the declamatory contest
to be held next Thursday evening at the Masonic
hall have arrived and are on display in Schroed-
er’s window. These medals are duplicates of
those awarded last year and the year before and
are such as any pupil might be proud to wear.
The program will be as follows:
M . ^ A “The
Musicians” ------------------ Hanson
F ourth G rade C horus
The Baron’s Last B anquet............... . . . Greene
J ohn O erding
Hiawatha’s Childhood______________ Longfellow
E rma P pice
Kentucky Belle_________ ____________________
M ildred C orbit
The Coquille Herald off went the to odd the 30,000
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY
Entered as second class matter May
8 , 1905. at the post office at Coquille,
Oregon, under act of Congress of March
8 , 1879.
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
Devoted to the materia] and social
Upbuilding of the Coquille Valley par
ticularly and of Coos County generally.
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance
Phone Main 354,
before the case
Conro, bis wife
and son took the slami in support
of the claim. Kinney testified in bis
own behalf ami put the matter in
such a light that the jury took his
view, that Conro had had all that
was coming fo him. The élimina
tion of this claim would seem to re
duce by a tidy sum the grand total
0f mdebtedm - s ugainst the Kim ey
properties, about which people have
heard so much.
The costs in this case, which were
assessed to the p aintiff, amounted
to just | 20 , which seems cheap
enough considering the dazzling tf-
fulgence of the hundred tbousund
Hiawatha’s Childhood______________ Longfellow
N eil M c D onald
F ourth G rade C horus
The Awaited H ou r__________
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The Deacon’s Story_____ _______N. S. Emerson
I rene K ime
On the Other Train....................................................
M arvel S heels
Alice’s Flag________________________ Thompson
Shoes T Shoes
SEXUAL • 0 *
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
Services Sunday at 11a. m. and
8 p. m.
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
W. F. McDermott, Pastor.
Largest Stock of Shoes in Coquille
$50 0 0 STOCK OF SHOES
We Mean Business
And have the shoes. Now it’s up to you if you want to save money
in buying shoes for yourself or family for spring, summer or winter.
We have shoes of every description and it will pay anyone to buy
shoes enough for a year or longer because never again will you have
the opportunity to buy shoes such as our stock consists of at such
ridicously low prices.
Latest Styles,Best Qualities
what our stock consist of; over 3,500 pairs of fine shoes—no
old stock but shoes that were bought within the last year and over
$1500 worth of new spring styles just received-do you realize what
an opportunity you have to get stocked up on shoes for a year or more?
Be an Early Bird
And come while we have all the different styles. It wont take long
for these shoes to go, and the first come the first served. We can
fit you now but we can’t say that later on.
stied but highly pleased. If not, we are here to make good, and
those who think they are dissatisfied are welcome to return the shoes
and get their money back.
Clerks Who Know How
To fit shoes and satisfy customers, «ill be at your service. We have
engaged the services of Mr. Paul Skcels during this sale so that
everyone visiting our store will fee! that there is a man handling the
goods who knows every shoe in stock and knows the business from
A to Z.
L uella P hillipson
Republican nominees in the state
M. L Church
Music, “Where the Jam Pots Grow”___ Hanson
at to a. m
National committeeman—R. K.
Preaching at 11 a rn.and 7:30 p.m
Prayer meeting Thursdays at
The Return of Regulus ______
7:30 p. m. C H. B r y a n , Pastor.
Congress—W. C. Hawley.
en H ersey
Successor to Skeels & Son
The Track Meet
A ttor ney-ge neral—George M.
A Soldier of France____________________Elliott
M. L Church South
10 . a m.
Supreme Justices—Thomas A. !
Preaching Suuday 11 a. m a;>d ^ 1
McBride Henry J Bean.T. L. Har- »ionfe™ at the track meet held at
Appeal in Behalf of Ireland___________ Prentss
ris and Charles L. McNary.
Epw oith League at 6:45 p n.
G eorge O reding
Prayer meeting Wed. 7:30 a m
Music, “Plantation Melody” _____________Davis
Choir practice T hurs 7:30 a. tu.
Labor Commissioner—O. P. Hoff Miller of Myrtle Point, 1st; De-
F ourth G rade G irls
A. T h o m as , Pastor
Railroad Commissioner Frank J. i h>ent, of Myrtle Point, 2nd; Arm-
Music, “Kentucky Babe”________________Geibel
ST. JAM ES EPISCOPAL.
Joint-representative (loos and 39 feet 8 £ inches.
F ourth G rade C horus
Services first and third Sundays
Curry counties—S. P. Pierce.
of each month Sunday schoc
Admission 15 cents and 25 cents
Clarke, Marshfield, 1st; Harvey,
Representative—C. R Barrow.
every Sunday at 10 a. m.
if your power is electricity supplied by the
The county republican ticket will Bandon, 2nd; Spires, Myrtle Point,
You are In »1 Illy wile ui .
3rd. Time, 27 4-5 seconds,
Oregon Power Company.
be made up as follows:
C H U R C H O F C H R IS T .
Electric motors cost less per unit of energy
packages will be hunted up day, but the enjoyment of at least Bible school at 10 a. m.
Clarke, Marshfield, 1st; Bolt, such
Sheriff—Alfred Johnson, Jr
Christian Endeavor at 7:00 p. m.
require but a fration of the space requir
Marshfied, 2nd; Rackleff, Myrtle Instructions to this effect have been dampened by the rain which corn- Prayer m eeting at 7:30 p.m . ea< h
Treasurer—T. M. Dimmick.
]Poiut 3rd. Distance 19 feet 4J issued, and Mr. Milter wishes our menced shortly after nine o’clock W ednesday.
Clerk—Robt. R. Watson.
and up-keep on motors are
Commissioner—G J Armstrong. i nches.
people to keep this in mind and to Upon arriving near the top of the p. m.
Surveyor—C. S. McCullough.
advantage of it whenever they Brewster grade R. H got out his You are cordially invited to nil
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Clarke. Marshfield, 1st; Lawrence, take
With Central Station electric service your
ou the way for rod and, leaving the ladies in these services
Coquille, 2nd; Bolt, Marshfield, 3rd. which something
The Vote On Bonds
business can enlarge indefitely—adding motors
they are in pressing need. charge of the car and to prepare
Time 22J seconds.
needed. This company is always ready to
Dogs and Jokes.
Following are the official figures
Animals present their own aspects
your power requirements.
of the vote on the bonding proposi- Miller, Myrtle Point, 1st; Hunter
humor, says Leonard Larkin in the
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the trout that be did not show up of
station service is elastic. It is adapt-
Marshfield, 2 nd; Lecocq Marshfield,
for the return trip until a quarter fully sufficient that some of them have
need, great or small. As to
Yes No. 3rd. Distances, 99 feet, 96 feet
past five, but his spleudid string ol a sense of humor of their own. A
17 20 9 inches, 86 feet 6 inches.
71 and let us show you
Of more than passing interest to fish saved him.
Jackdaw certainly has. and it Is a less
service will save you.
citizen of Coquille has been the
9 10 Coquille, 1st; Marshfield, 2nd; the
Exhibit of the Oregon Social Hygi
magpie nnd the raven; It Is more hu
32 18 Myrtle Point 3rd.
man. in a word. The dog’s sense of
L. King and Margaret humor seems to grow blunted after
13 12 Lecocq, Marshfield. 1st; Harvey, past week in the Golden Building- L. Freemont
puppyhood, or, rather. It changes, be
185 78 Bandon 2nd; Bach, Marshfield, 3 rd. Au average of roo men and women, Witt.
ing overlaid by a horror of becoming
ridiculous. Nothing In creation enn
Pony Slough ._
_15 3 Time, 5 minutes and 5 seconds.
young men and women, a day have Frank Heath and Effie Church. stand
Joke against itself so badly ns
440 Yard Run
viewed it tor the four days that it Elmer K. Lonegan and Thelma a dog; a nothing
is so wretched ns a dog
30 3 Miller, Coquille, 1st; Lecocq, has been ou display.
who thinks he is being laughed at.
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3 48 Marshfield, 2nd ;Spires,Myrtle Point Although the local promotion
East Fork Items
p a in t
Catching Slough_____ . . 1 35 3rd. Time, 57^ seconds.
committee expected a larger aver Fly Man’s Greatest Enemy.
age attendance, still it feels that the
M m rsbtield
318 292 Watters, North Beud, 1st; Chap- exhibits' being here has been great IV E trillio n flv© hundred and L. Webber of Seattle came in
ninety-eight billion seven hundred over the Coos Bay road bound for
31 33 man, Marshfield, 2nd; Hooton, Co- ly worth while, since many of those
Pioneer White Lead
and twenty m illion ia the normal Marshfield with a lot of horses, in
6 13 quille 3rd. Height, 9 feet.
who have seen it are among the
number of flies a single fly w ill pro
9c prr pound
from April 15 to 8ept. 10, accord* tending to start a livery stablg.
100 Yard Dash
thinking and progressive citizens. duce
ing to the statem ent of Dr. L. O. H o w He is a veterianary and will have
LINSEED OIL, 75c per gallon
r> 25 Clarke, Marshfibld, 1st; Lawrence, The fact that a lady attendant has ard, United 8tatee government expert.
an operating table.
4 42 Coquille, 2nd; Time 11 seconds.
been iu charge each afternoon has
People from British Columbia,
880 Yard Run
brought out tnauy mothers and oth
Motor Car Coming
Albany, Oregon, and other paris
Lecocq, Marshfield, 1st; Watson, er women.
1 92 Coquille, 2nd; Lagos, Marshfield,
One man said: "This should Unless all signs fail, the Southern have come in with horses to wo.k
23 35 3rd. Time 2 minutes 15 2-5 seconds. have been begun one hundred years Pacific motor car will be placed on on the railroad.
the run from Myrtle Point fo the Mr. McMullen and family of Myr
8 50 Clarke, Marshfield, 1st; Rackleff Another visitor c o m m e n te d : Hay on the first of the month, mak tle Creek, who came iu with teams
List Your Property With
244 17G Myrtle Pom*, 2nd; Bolt, Marshfield "There are three placards here alone ing the trip morning and evening. over the Middle fork road expect
11 59 3 rd; Harvey, Uindon tied with Bolt that should make all you men think The regular train will make a trip ing to get work on the railroad,
20 61 for 3rd. Height, 5 feet 4 inches.
in the middle of the day, and the went out over the Coos Bay road.
Another said: "This is vety com change will make it far more con Win. Culbeitaon of McKinley hes
Farm Lands, Timber Lands, Residence and
53 30 Miller, Myrtle Point, lat; Lecocq, plete and will do much good.”
venient for people who wish to visit bought the crop aDd lease of Mrs
14 29 Marshfield, 2nd; Dement. Myrtle A visitor from San Francisco the Bay towns and return the same Courtright who has been on the
Business Property. Houses for Rent
2 40 Point, 3rd. Distances, 129 feet 5 spoke greatly in praise of it.
dry. The motor car is a large and Howe place for two years. Mr 3 *
23 19 inches, 124 feet 8 J inches and 120 The exhibit left yesterday for comfortable car, and is said to be Courtright and Jessie «xpect to
M. M. Young, Manager
F. C. Stone, Secretary
11 128 feet.
Bandon where it will be displayed capable of making far higher speed start for Malhuer county, in a few
than the present condition of the days. Mr. Courtright, Oscar, nml
for most of a week.
As a result of this and other ac track will allow.
Alvis went on ahead three week
tivities past and in the future, the
5 71 The Herald man had a talk with local committee promoting the work Juice From Atmosphere
Last Saturday night or party was who is teaching school at that place disappointed in finding a man
85 21 W. F Miller last Friday about the hopes to do its share in acquainting
Mrs Courtright and Jessie Hans Adolphsen ia making a daily understands the business. He
......... 0 29 matter of delays in the delivery the state’s citizen’s with the ravages At Madrid recently an electrician at which thero was a large gather run between Bandon and Port Or he will keep going until he I
here of frieglit arriving on the of the social disease filly called the Senor Iglesias, gave a successful ing of the neighbors.
ford with a 7 passenger sulomobile. the man he is looking for.
Breakwater Mr Miller said that "Great Red Plague” and iu endeav- demonstration of an apparatus, of
Kinney Wins Suit
C A. Jamieson’s oar a<so brings
every effort was being made to give oring to bring about reform to some which he is the inventor, for con- school closed Friday; Miss Es«t a, passengers in occasionally from the
The suit of J. M. Conro against prompt dispatch to this frieght, and degree at least, by sane aad decent densing and utilizing atmospheric
In the County Court of the State o
L D Kinney was trie 1 in the cir that there would be less delay now information regarding the hygiene electricity. With the device he teacher.
A sad accident happened at Wed- Oregon In and For the County of Coos
| lighted aud extinguished at will 15 !
cuit court Saturday, and the jury re that the steamer is on a five-day of sex.
CURRY COUNTY CULLINGS
In the Matter of the Estate of Mi
derlr urn last Saturday afternoon chael
turned a verdict in favor of Kinney. schedule, as men are now wotked The Oregon Power Co aided the ' electric bulbs placed at a distance
when Frankie Dobbin», a lad some | Notice is hereby given that the un
Conm sued for $100,000 which he overtime, while under the seven- committee very materially by fur ol 6 oo yards. Experts expressed (From the Port Orford Tribune)
has been duly appointed ad
the opinion the discovery has great Of the 120 votes cast at this place 10 or 12 years of age, fell from a (iersigred
claimed Major Kinney had promised day schedule the frieght is all handl nishing lights free of cost.
mimstrator of the estate of Michse
All persons havin(
possibilities with regard to cheapen-j 35 were women. There were fit!
him rh a return for his investment ed during regular working hours
estate are herein
Fished in the Rain
of some money iu the Kinney prop Mr. Miller says that if any of our
notified to present the same duly veri
lied as by law required to the under
William Marconi early last Feb- Progressive,
el nea, claiming also that some sort merchants or others have packages
S. P Merrill was in town last Signed
at the office of John D. Goss, 1 st
R H. Mast, accompanied by Mrs. ruary lighted : n electric bulb at a Mr. Lusk of Myrtle Point w is in night on bis wav north in quest of Natl.
of partnership arrange me t had ex- of freight for which they are par
Bank Bldg.. Marshfield. Corn
within six months frorr
ati d. The claim amounted $130 W) 0 ticularly iu a hurry they will cooler Mast and the Misses Eva Schroeder distance of six milles by a wireless town Monday night, returning fr m a cheese-maker. Mr Merrill has the date Oregon
of this notice.
with interest, but being in a liberal a lavor by calling up Haul Sterling and Ruby and Pearl Snyder, went current supplied from a loo-horse- Gold Beach, where he had been his factory at Euchre erpek ready Dated this 26th day of Mav 1914.
visiting his daughter, Miss Edith, for operation, hut far has b eu j o-zb-ot
frame of iniud, the plaintiff threw here and telling him about it Then to Brewster valley in his auto Sun- power engine.
P. E. ORANE
Growth of Business Will
Cause no Power problem
OREGON POWER CO.
|H . O. H N D E R S O N n
Pacific Real Estate Co.
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